Sunday Snippets: October 23, 2011


Welcome to Sunday Snippets. This is a weekly feature that allows you to take a quick peek at posts that I loved from my FAT TUESDAY carnival this past week. I’ll also summarize some posts from my blog from the past week. If you missed some or didn’t have time to read the whole post this “snippet” will give you the gist of it.

Here are some articles and recipes that I picked from FAT TUESDAY that really stood out for me. Each week I’ll be featuring some links from FAT TUESDAY so be sure to link up your best posts! If you are not a blogger, this is a place to connect with fascinating writings from all over the blogosphere!

This week we had so many wonderful selections it was really hard to choose… but here are a few of my favorites!

Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner from Frugally Sustainable. This is so easy and made from very simple and easy to obtain ingredients! I’m going to do this!

Pear Buttery Goodness from The Elliot Homestead. I love pears and this recipe makes the most of a lot of pears. I’m going to do this!

Albondigas Soup Recipe from Traditional Foods. The cooler weather does bring out the soup lover in me! And this one looks great!

Preparing for Cold and Flu Season from Common Sense Homesteading. This is a comprehensive article about probiotics and how to get some through your food.

Presenting Tender Grassfed Barbeque: Traditional, Paleo, Primal from Tender Grassfed Meat. This is a fantastic new book out on the market with detailed instructions for barbequing grassfed beef. I love to barbeque grassfed meat so I am really excited about this book! In fact, I will be interviewing the author, Stanley Fishman very shortly! Stay tuned for that!

Apple Pie Gluten Free and SCD from Gluten Free SCD and VEggie. This pie looks fabulous and the instructions are very detailed.

Buttercup Squash Breakfast Pudding from FoodFarmHealth. This is a terrific idea for a Grain-free breakfast pudding.

In addition, here are some posts from my blog this week that you may want to take a peek at…

Grain-Free Dairy-Free Pizza Crust. This crust really does satisfy that craving for pizza.

Week Two: 28 Day Grain-Free Challenge. Using a little behavior modification really helps to conquer food cravings and keep you focused on your goals.

CoQ10: The Heart of the Matter. This article discusses the need for CoQ10 and how it may be depleted.

Beautiful Babies: An Interview with Kristen of Food Renegade. This class is so important. I wish I could have taken it way back when. There is still time to save A LOT of money on this class. Don’t delay!

Guest Post: Why Do We Have Allergies? Interesting concepts regarding allergies.

Fat Tuesday October 18, 2011. A fabulous collection of the wisdom and great eats in the real food world this week.

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  • Laurie Neverman October 23, 2011, 12:30 am

    Thanks for featuring my post on probiotics, Jill.  I added a link to this post on my Facebook page.

    • Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable October 23, 2011, 1:58 am

      Oh! That’s a good idea Laurie! I’ll do the same:)

  • Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable October 23, 2011, 1:59 am

    Jill!!! Thank you so much for featuring my homemade toilet bowl cleaner! I love everything about your blog and Fat Tuesday:) I hope you are having a great weekend. 

  • Victoria Rockcliffe October 23, 2011, 9:30 am

    Thank you for the feature! 

  • JIll October 23, 2011, 10:46 am

    Hi Andrea,

    Thank you for your great posts as well! I learn so much from our great real food world! And thanks for sharing!